Mental health problems can affect anyone, regardless of age, race, gender or social background.
This timely seminar focuses on the future for mental health services in Wales. It will provide an opportunity to assess what more might be done to develop young people’s resilience and provide mental health support, and discuss the key issues arising from the inquiry into the Emotional and Mental Health of Children and Young People and early indications from the Welsh Government pilot initiative on specialised services in schools.
The all-day conference is free to attend and will include presentation on the following: • Rural Population Health, Well-being and Care • The role of Rural Communities in Health and Care • Telehealth / Telemedicine • Social / Green Prescribing • Recruitment and Retention in Rural Areas • New Roles in Health and Social Care • Workforce Training and Development in Rural Areas
An annual lecture on human rights. This year the lecturer will be Jeremy Miles AM, Counsel General for Wales, who will speak about human rights protection in Wales.
The aim of this event is to encourage Public Services to develop specialist services for D/deaf people with suitably qualified staff who work within that field. The event will highlight the importance of BSL for deaf children and adults, and promote D/deaf health professionals as role models within health and social care services.
ESMHD Special Interest Group Meetings seek to create a close and stimulating environment where professionals can present and discuss their work and obtain support and assistance from other colleagues and researchers. Attendants are encourage to send papers to one of the three active groups: Children and Families, Adult and Families and Public Health.
Following on from the hugely successful inaugural ”Getting Wales Moving: Delivering on the Wellbeing for Future Generations Act” conference, we are very pleased to announce the date for the second event in the series on the 27th of February 2019. This year’s conference will again feature influential and well-respected speakers with anticipated insights from the Welsh Government, Sport Wales, and leading figures involved in improving population health and tackling inactivity and skills shortages across workforce and communities.
This seminar will discuss latest thinking on policy and wider initiatives for reducing poverty in Wales - with a focus on welfare reform, regional approaches and long term strategies. Discussion will reflect key themes and issues emerging as policymakers scrutinise developments and consider practical ways forward for policy, and will assess the impact of policy initiatives themselves.
Building on 20 years of our experience in teaching health economics to public health practitioners and those undertaking research in public health. At the end of this short course delegates will have gained an appreciation of the concepts, methods and application of health economics to public health, be able to critically appraise a published economic evaluation of a public health intervention and feel confident in speaking about potential return on investment from public health programmes in the NHS and other settings such as schools and work places.
An opportunity to learn the latest research findings and best practice in intergenerational programmes.